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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Gazette — 6 February 1890

ROCIETI DOTS. and yellow trimming. ]V Ycanrer was attractive in ai If THURSDAY, TEB. 6, 1890. . J TRAIN TIME—Cerftrai North Bound. No, 1, Mail and Express, No. 3, " •• a No. 11, Accommodation. No. 13, Dallas News, ^ South Bound. No. 2, Mail and Express, No. 12, Accommodation, Mail and Express. Dallas News, East Line. Arrives, - 12:50 p.m. Leaves, .... T;50 p. m. 9.0.r> p. m. 9.40 a. m. 6.1.r> p. ni. 5.02 a. m. 5.53 a. m. 10.20 a. id. 4.50 p. m. 8.02 p. in. secbo n s*rrx career I« SndilenlT Endcd-He Break* into the County JaH. I'riday iii^r4 t last a negro stole a coat and vest from a gentleman living' at Richardson, in Dallas county, anil a little later on purloined a horse from a larmer living a few miles north of tlmt placc. 1 fe rode the horse to within a few miles of McKinney, where he en- tered the premises of a Mr. and exchanged it for an animal be- longing to that gentlemen. lie still1 Collin County Court Calender. DISTRICT COURT. First Monday in January and first Monda...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Gazette — 6 February 1890

V v i \ - — * / - j.-; - — ' •. • -' . • J." ' ; '■:• "r *; ; ■■■■■;. 5^"'• • v." ' v ? •• T/'■ -- j ' - ui a" ' " • light, living near Rhea's jUll^alied to see us Monday, lfe or- pat fywas uie princi- pal actor; ilH^Wbbery that occurr&d at . .. -v. the Elm saloon a few mh^'V " prgmn getiing into 1 In a c p ia^ ?j)reae^. * bottles by all leading drug gists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro- core it promptly for any one who Irishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. LOUISVILLE. KY. YORK. N.V. n 50c f' 11 l1'<1 not make much difference to — me—j was sure of a certain amount of Children always iS^-'T- Enjoy 11. SCOTT'S EMULSION of pure Cod Liver Oil with Hypo- ptiosphltes of Lime and Soda Is •Imoet 89 palatable as milk. Children enlo* It rather than . Otherwise. A MARVELLOUS FLESH , PRODUCER It le Indeed, and the j little lads and lassies who take cold 1 easily, may be fortified apalnst a cough that migh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Gazette — 17 June 1897

ertJ. Caldwell 'rs ALL mSEASEiS OF THE AID THROAT. J 8 to 12 a: m., 1 to 5 p. M. ckmorton Building, South Side Square, lINNEY, TEXAS. V The McKinney Gazette Ai Li BY CLINT THOMPSON. McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1897. VOLUME 10, NUMBER 18. I NORTH SIDE SQUAJ Texas Disc Plows, THE ONLY SUCCESSFUL PLOW ON THE MARKET. CO ^2 CD A 12-Year-Old Girl the Victim. THE WRETCHES CAPTURED AND MOB FOILED—SPECIAL TERM OF COURT TO BE HELD TO TRY THE PRISONERS. Birmingham, Ala., June 10.— Huntsville may be the scene of a bloody riot before tomorrow's sun rises. A mob from Decatur is bent on lynching Louis Thompson and Walter Neville, the two ne- groes who assaulted Nellie Law- ton, a 12-year-old girl, at that place and who were taken to Huntsville for safe-keeping last night. They are now in jail at Huntsville and troops guard the place. New Silver Party. THE COMMITTEE FAVORS IMMEDI- ATE ORGANIZATION IN CON- GRESSIONAL DISTRICTS FOR ] 898. Chicago, 111., June 9.—The ex- ecutive ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Gazette — 17 June 1897

utlieast Corner *1C" ^Tennessee Str6_ [ursday, 'Tune COURT CALENf 1 5ft 75 40 STRICT CO TTRT-Sixth T flay in February and 3e%d Prop. JNTY COr1"" — rostoffice in McKinney , Texas, S«cond-cla Mail Matter. ISDAY, June 17, 1897. [Clarence B. Douglas, who >t and killed Editor James Wil- is, of the Ardmore Daily ironicle, an account of which gven last week, was remand- il without bail by Judge it the examining trial at i the 15th inst. wa3 iu tne^ ar aays before they murdered him. Toward thi last cf his misery, through the kiuuncss of one of the wardens of the jail, who was a patient of my hus- band's, I was permitted to send him a steamer chair on which ho could rest Until he received this he could only lie on the rough, uneven floor of that foul cell. "This chair did more for him and us than we anticipated. It was the means of his sending a last loving message to his wifo and children and it enables us to bring proof that he was murdered and lay it before the Government to which he s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Gazette — 17 June 1897

taasy Gaz. \uthea*t Corner Square, on £Tennessee Street. [drsday, June 17, 1897. COURT CALENDAR. STRICT COITRX—Sixth Monday after first lay in February and September. JNTY COURT—Third Monday in Febru- srd Monday in May; 4th Monday in July ; condays in September and December. SOMMISSIONERS' COURT—Second Monday in February, May, August and November. R R. TIME CARD? fcguth h. * t, c. North bound, Ciiuuon Ball, No 2 No 3 - No, 16 - No. 15 - No 4 - - No 1 v'annon Ball kast I.ink. 5:21 a.m- 8:17 a.m 10:32 a.m, 2:38 p.m. 1:10 p.m. 5:58 p.m 8:13 p.m. *48 p.m 6:25 p. m. 10 r:0a. m. l'i 15 a. m. S 'i) p. m. Ket Report jn (prairie)., vie, p^r 100 lbs • . *. ,-s, -.uttera per lb Eggs, per doz Sheep 32 to 35 80 20 to 22 7.00 to 7.50 1 75 to 2 25 2.75 to 2.90 12 1-2 to 15 05 to 07 2.00 to 2.50 Chickens, per doz 1.25 to 2.25 From Keechie Creek. ^ Messrs Hugh McDonald, Harry I "** -er, Martin Gerrish and Britt • one returned Saturday afternoon k n their hunting and fishing trip ^Palo Pinto county. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Gazette — 17 June 1897

SOS le court and LRELL, ATTORNEY- AT-LAW. and Notary Pullio ) nice up -stairs in he Newsome Bulldim H. L. PEARSON, MBIfTAI, SURGEON, McKINNE*. TEXAS. . Office on north side Square. E. H. KEEN. iolafj PflMic ui Cuaveyaacer, ROCK IIILL, TEXAS. 15 BEWitCHED. 1^88 a dismal day and a doure looking lot Tint crowded the car when a dear little dot Of a woman came in and laughed, And, presto, the dark wan with sunshine shot. For she was a witch, though she knew it not- Each face told a tale ol her craft. Her rippling laughter that ran in quest Of victims found never a one to contest Its contagion. The whole crowd fell. E en the crossest and coldest and crabbedest, By responsive smiles to the witch, confessed That they'd yielded to her spell. The cynic, who'd sworn his heart bankrupt quite— Not a sign of a sentiment left—on sight, JE'er he knew it, honored a draft. Like the rest, his face fairly beamed in spite Of himself. They were all bewitched by that mltv Of a body who came in and laughed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Gazette — 25 December 1897

SIFECI-A-L CHE/ISTMAS EXDXTIOHST. FIVE THIOXJS^.iq"ID COPIES. IP^O-IES S TO IS. 3TT& TOM W. PERKINS, Publisher McKIXXEY, COLLIN COUNTY. TFAAS, SATTKDAY, DIX'KMliKK 1 SfiT. VOL. lo. NO. I.". M'KINNEY'S BUSINESS MEN. SKETCHES OF SOME OF THE MOST ENTERPRISING BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL MEN OF THE CITY. LARGEST FLOURING MILL IN NORTH TEXAS. The Close of the Present Year Shows McKinney's Manufacturing Enterprises to Be in a Flourishing Condition—A Greatly Increased Business Forces the Collin County Mill to Enlarge Its Plant—A New Elevator. hold that position tor several years1 Mr. Willie Thomas is book-keep- er and general olVioe man, and lias been with the institution for four years. .1. P. Sims is day engineer and Mr. (iaines night engineer. Th"re is an additional force of about twenty men. For the past several months the mill has been running night and day. stopinjj only for Sunday. # # 11. K. (i. Kurr lias been in Collin county for twenty years, fourteen <>f which have been ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Gazette — 25 December 1897

Another Baicti of Countu Towns. 1 two of collin's insri^jsriD cities—othebmatters. WESTON. TIIK^I'KKX OFTIIK I'KAIKIK. Ill KSTON IS situati-d on a! Tansil & Douglas enjoy high plain-, ten miles drug trade. north o I McKinney. a la rye TJIN WKST SIDE COI XTV TOWN. Dr. .1. A. Avant lias resided in Weston nine years. He came from Alabama. Dr. Avart receiv- ed liis literary education at Au- burn, Ala. lie look his lir.st course in medicine at New Orleans in 1ST."), lie enjoys a splendid prac- tice. This is one ot the old- st inland towns in the county. arker Adamson laid the town oil forty-three years ago, surveying it from the tracts of Melton Mugg, Win. < 'aidwell and John < 'lioate. Mr. Adamson opened the first store. Several cotton and grain buyers are located here and considerable sarin produce is marketed. The town was first incorporated | carries, groceries, leather goods, in 1887, with Win. Denny as its! tinware, etc. He is one of the first mayor. Dr. H. F. Spencer ' m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Gazette — 25 December 1897

ENTERPRISING M'KINNEY FIRMS, SOZMZIE OF TIKIE FXIS/^S .A. 353" 3D INSTITUTIONS. •:i 1 (I V u' nyj I ' v! . -re*i Footi r THE FIRST NATIONAL HISTORY OF M'KINNEY'S OLDEST BANKING INSTITUTION. ENVIABLE RECORD. A Successful Career of More than a Quarter of a Century. Mr. F. Emerson Its First President. T^TTTa IIIS is the oldest batik in Collin county, and one of the strongest and most *iV popular banks in t h e state. It lias a history ot peculiar interest, not common to similar institutions. It was organized June 1:5th. 1HS2, with a capital stock of fifty thousand dollars, by F. Kmerson, his sons, T. II. and T. T. ICmerson, and sons-in-law, C. II. Welch and John L. Lovejoy, they constituting the necessary number lor organi- zation under the National Hank act. The real foundations of the pres- ent bank extend back, however, to the time of the beginning of the banking tirm of F. Fmeison it Co., whichwas organized in 1S(J!> by F. KiiU'isou and his sons, T. Il.iind T. T. Emerson. This b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Gazette — 25 December 1897

H U ST LING, RUST LI NG PLANS A DESCRIPTION OF THE CITY AND ITS BUSINESS INTERESTS 7 rl i'tia in I llee o |i icalet ina\ h tli'.'— < Tiii' ill! 1 hriv.ii 'lain ii> u ay anil -i/.i' ami ( lily In III'' i nil a n • . • n at 11nit" ■ HI "l'iIIg fl'nin • ir • • house ' in I S hi. R. I Ivll-M'll >1111 It little city nf sit nat I'll about between MiKin- •allas, ami is «••<*- inmi'rcial import- uiinty seat. It is ing prairie, it'- a distant >in any din •s 1)11 i 11 in II. I Iii i wii am small calling !'.v 't fin. 'lam' -i-rv d nintinn - i• [>t i< 'ii "f "tii- t an-: M< lulin Mi'i I.. U' vat t 1!. AIHTII; hi (Hi- im I 'la m i. T ami make fii it. ' fi-i>111 that 11ri"*i11*■ t I In- a'-i'iiinmndal in rt'.n, I iisly with tin i iih* 11 • r 111. Ihi' a 1111 • -srs. S. M. Harriri man, M. 11. I fi'tidrii-k, I. iml 11. II. Bradshaw. .1. thy is justii i' 'if tin' peace Nil. with his office at mi hi'vi'tly i" constable, an exceedingly ({""'1 "f- M. 1'ii• i■ is commissioner ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Gazette — 25 December 1897

L f ' ' . i no !P Tisl S IH el Q i is *« !>ri| f t\ fufc| av«' ft Stl "ear.si I. Ifootrv r ENTERPRISING, PUSHING ALLEN. and ;it'<'«>111111(><|;it ing, aild lit' i- .'iiiiong Allen - Iicst citizens. lie will appieciate tin- patronage ,,f liis iiiii ii v friends a hi 1 :ici | n:i i ut - .•Hires | hmuglloiit t III- sect in||. cr MANY HL'ILl)IN(iS ARK GOIX<i IT ; i: i:. •^1 r. I j. liu-M'l i i- anot h d( A lien'- business men. 11 reared here ;tnd Ii:i- alu ays :i resident of Allen. He is a olle was till- | line, and einn I \\ ideliill" lislled should cnurny. chara. t lie is eons and is his already w. • tlsilll'ss. , I'll, Iw.'IVs s 11 | 11 I o |-1 the \oninr men . :ind Inisiness ml loiJat iiili s| eadil\ II est a 11- ple en- r his iirit \. I ind \LF way bet ween Me Kin-'.Misses Luev Killingsworth ,iml ney and Piano, on the II. .Mary Xpradlcy in chargc of the in- engaged 11 > i n ir of .L ^ '• r- H.v., is the beauti- * 1 ii 1 little town ol Allen. Mailt up of siibsta...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Gazette — 25 December 1897

w a * <* J . r i) «ri : '-.i. « s - t ' v. V"*> fT" , •"'''" .j i' r. * -.J ALL ABOARD FOri St. Michaels, I uneaii, Dyea, the (i<>i<l I4 ieh1 k Lie Racket Store. PROF. J. B. WARREN OF WESTON, TEXAS. ootDTS ,«UFJr.Eiln L. Button. Dawson City, Ska<nvav and Is of Alaska on and trilmtarv to tin Yukon River, VIA * Port l.i tion \s Taeonin or St- lif open! short ♦ i i II i: i ♦ ■. Ill from To Kd\. | ■ \C. V O K \ V K I < bl OA I). (K<)i:T W « >U''I I iV DK.WKR CITY KV.) THh'1 AM! RK.A S SC.! NIC WdNIH Rt- ANI w i< i t t; r o h liteuature 1" ! i '■ I), li. K KMLKi:. <i i;u A. IIIKSIiniOLD, A. (i. I'. A. FORT WORTH, TEX. I'. A. 4 f '* s p. fi f ? i. $. r;|; fa ITS GROWTH THE PAST THREt YEARS UNEQUALLED IN DRY GOODS CIRCLES In McKinney Has Bought Murphy Stock- Charles Broatlway Rouse Back- ing Mr. Purnell. the till-) LITTLK STORK first RACK K I opened its v°« -? \ 71 .V .TV,' ^ £Mrie& HUSTLING,RUSTLiNSPLANO FAStvlEiiSVlLLE CONTINUED. (< Joncluded from ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Gazette — 25 December 1897

/ wS If r <_ f hoi Ahead of All! Results on KH'JIAKI) A. M(CrifDV. !n Results it Challenges the World! Experience of an El Paso Policy. Two Policies in the Mutual held by the late George Foster. No. 1G90G. Issued July 3rd, 1856, for $25,00. Annual Premium, ^5118; Kurv of I'niii v DlrliU'iul Aiitliiioin Claim jut ill l.v Vnltio "1 l)i vidunils T'.lal ii'iurn- l'i No. 46689- Issued May 9th, 1866. lor $5,000. Annual Primium, $138.75. no a'muioii- liiini i-.-ii.l lij (in),, f I>i\ i,Irn.N draw i ntal returns .. in- |,anl A I.Vsull never "I I>eri> I HI lle<! 11\ ;i n \ < tl her ( i iitj ;i n \ I i I) 111 e r. $7,736.37 More lliaii a!! Premiums paid. An K\;ini|)!e for the Persistent die was not accepted as he felt able to make a home for hiinsell Mr. \Yilrox lias seen Coll.n oounty "I'nw 11( in a population of one ilo/cti souls to litl.tlliil oi more, and the town ol McKiniiey grad ually come to its present pit' ti'iitioiis proportions from lialil prairie, inhabited only...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Gazette — 25 December 1897

New Christian Church Dedicated, THE MAGNIFICENT EDIFICE CCRNER HUNT AND BENGE STREETS DEDICATED SUNDAY MrKinney Gazette, Doc. 1'i Owing to the dedication of the new <'Inistiiin church no services were held at any ol tlie other churches of the city last Stiinhn morning. In the evening, sermons Were delivered at the Baptist, Old School Presbyterian and Metho- dist houses ol worship, the ser moil at the latter being the open ing one liy the new pastor, Rev. •L \V. Mill. The congregation here was especially large and all were well pleased with the excel- lent discourse. the pulpit being in the corner op- children are three, \V. I!. New- posite the main entrance. The some, K. A. Newsonie and Mis primary class also has a room Klla Daugherty. Mrs. Daui'hertv separated from the Sunday school resides in <iainesvillc. her hirsbanil ol oak, tlie handsome, upon the beautiful at scntiiig the One nl the largest congregations ever assembled in a bouse of w or- ship during all McKinnty's hist...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Gazette — 27 July 1899

/ I The McKinneyGazette. TOJVI W. PERKINS, Publisher McKIXNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, TTIUF^PAY, JlTLY 27, 1S90. VOL. 12, In' 21 m m Contributed By An Active Mem her. A little over .">0 years ago St. John's Lodge No. 5i was chartered by ttie Grand Lodge of Texas. Its first officers were II. (i. Hendricks, Sara Regard and L. C. Searcy. ! Hendricks was a lawyer, and a good one, too. In the early fifties Sam Bogard was a zealous Mason, an ardent f/fJemoQr^t and a farmer. He repre- sented Collin County both in the! hous and in the senate of Texas. He I was a bright man and canvassed ' the county against 'I hrockmorton. i Vicious as a rattlesnake to hi • 1 oponents, a sincere friend to those | j was a very zealous Mason, wish we had many like him. ! Dr. (J. A. Poote was. many years i before the war, master of lodge. He I could give the degrees all right. I : would like to see him again, i sup- j pose it has been forty years since | lie did master work. Before the war, for i long lime I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Gazette — 27 July 1899

mitarr xin*%-a McKinnoa Gagette. Published Every Thursday at Mb- Kinney, Texas. By TOM W. PERKINS. Thursday, July 27, 1899. Suticrijtion $1 Per Year in Alme Kotered at the Po.tofficc in McKinney, Te*«s, Sccond-clat. Mail Matter. R. R TIME CARD SICK MEN FROH MANILA TREATED WITH NEGLECT. Arbuckles' Coffee Is the Standard of Coffee Excellence by which all Coffee Quality is Compared. nnintniior No. tli bound,Cannou Ball, 8:21 am South " No 2 8:22 a in North " No • •)A~ a. in, South " No, ]«.... 3:10 p.m S'orth No. IS - - 12:113 p.m. South " No 4 - r,:20 p.m -N'ortb " No 1 - 7:50 p.m South " Cannon Hall 10:05 p.tn KANT MM:. Passenger Hrrivt'ft. 4:11 p. m Local 10.35 a. m. Faimigcr lca\ es 11:18 a. in. Local 240 p.in COURT CALENDAR ZilSTKKT COL'KT —lixlli Moinlnv nfliT Iirvi MoiiiIh)' in Ki lirnary anil Hefitcniljitr. Patients Were Forced to One Another in Efforts Reach the Hospital. Aid to No. 01 Dining Room Table Cloth. Table Cloth. white with red bare. hire 50 X t6 inched. Sent postpai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Gazette — 27 July 1899

f\ ▲l< t ZZT VT * A r-H ^ • ■rii P _& $gg w n & *j $ ?l $ ._ F^r ih<' season to come is like the huiidrr oT n new h ike room {'or the Kinney and Collin county jouse---all debris must be cleared away, and in or- der to make room lor the largest stock we have yet had the pleasure of placing before the trading public of Mc We Are Making Reductions In all departments thai will prove eye openers to oil industrious and money-saving people who are in need of our «oods. -r\ Our ftlK. OK.i£ld3tirN, is H:°.;r-ariiig to ieave for the Eastern Markets where ho will for cash buy one of the best assorted stocks to be brought to this city. Please remember that u * f r* !r$ b vJ t BOY 110 BANKRUPT J 1P«P ikr* XjJ si ^^ fa AUCTION OR SHELF WORN GOODS of any (li-scriplion. Our goods come direct from tin- m.;:ml';ie( urcr aod importer and (hov arc always no to due and CORIIKCT [\ i'HICK. * 1 .AS A CLEANING UP PROPOSmON^^:S«:S§-: Mil ' 3 H 6 a rijv s ana wsn Our Summer Shoes at 4O per cent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Gazette — 27 July 1899

McKianau Gazette. fllJV'P IUDDmVFMPMT^ Publitlud Every Thurcdnj oi Mc- 1)111 U llfll llU I LlllLll 10. Kinney, Texas. TOM wT^ERKiNsTEditor. THUKSDAY, Jri.v 27, 1899. StoMPer Year in Advance toured ui the Postofhce in McKinoey, Texan, Second-class Mail Matter. A mm 11; vi. Dkwkv will arrive in New York on < )< t. l-t. riCKINNEY nOVES STEADILY UPWARD AND ONWADD, Russell, restaurant; the plumbing establishments of Frank Pierce M mi. Alan who lly > lion It I not <>f the iiioinent. li-< Time In t lie spur \re Heinvr Precte«l And the Ham- mer and Saw Make Contin- uous Music. you do need in the house a trusty remedy for times of danger. Thousands are saved by having at hand UHHcLeoirs A mo lever lie to u ■; good time lit a picnic ins until lie has niau- ■t lost from liis motlier. Admiral 'great force ''il l l>eliiieI S( iii.i.v says in our battles i I lie man heliim 11 \\ ickctl ridd lo I heir • •harm of in tlie world «n vil. women could only II i- i lie mysterious lic...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Gazette — 27 July 1899

. r .J I nevolence."—Long ** 1 tues us a man and We have gone through our Entire stock ami taken out all small pieces of good* less than S yards and rolled them up and put a price on them to soil quick. If you can use Remnants come at once. STORES; Ennis, Denison, Gainesville <1 ft £ 0 Remnant Sale. Our Great Clearing Sale\ In All Lines Continues, leave's next week for market to hvy lar^c slocks foi have room to put our IMMENSE FALL AND don't intend to cany over trouble to show <roods. :inv Siiminei' (rood all his places and we must WINTER STOCK. We ('Oineand look through. No CASH LEADER, McKinney, Texas. may his viI'- ll Mason be ii stamped on the minds of man- ' kind. ^ It is wonderful the interest I manifested in all that belongs to our ancient. strange and compact $ institution. Our occupations cover uvery fiel<l of labor, our m; dispositions represent every i?V| phrase til life, the divergence in I our opinions every <lcide in the j thought of luiniaiiitv, our convi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Gazette — 27 July 1899

sonic lodge all over this broad land of ours. The coral insect toils in the ocean depths; the storms which lift the waves to mountain peaks rush over it but It labors; the lightnings flash with deadly -haft, above it, but still it labors, the blasts of winter and the gentle airs of sum- mer move it not from the to which it has devoted toils on until at last the sun-ki , ..r. . <•(1 isle appears where flowers grow j lets the weary go to rot. \\ ide and birds sing in the trees; and so \ is the gate and broad is the way Masonry has toiled on through J that leadetlnntoi matrummy and the ages unmoved by persecutions, unturned by revolutions and 1111- ic purpose its life; it lie draweth his salary and in the evening it is gone. He spendeth his money to purchase fine linen for the bosom of his family, yet«lie is seen at the gate of the city with only one suspen- der. lie goetli forth as a beast of burden and draweth the char- ii'Jii _ ur~" SEIZED WITH PARALYSIS !TOW. fe. CARTER'5 BEDSID...

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